On this page, you will be able to learn more about South Bersted Church of England’s approach to remote education. This information is intended to provide clarity and transparency to pupils, parents and carers about what to expect from remote education if local restrictions require entire cohorts (or bubbles) to remain at home.

Remote education provision: information for parents:

Remote Education Provision (Guidance for Parents and Carers)

Please use the link below to view the school’s Remote Learning Policy:

Remote Learning Policy

Daily Tasks:

As part of pupils’ learning, they are also expected to engage in daily tasks:

Pupils in Key Stage 2 are encouraged to complete their Accelerated Reader Quizzes once they have read their book.

Please also find below links to some screen break activities which will encourage your child to have some time away from their screens:

Screen Break Activities 1

Screen Break Activities 2


With children learning remotely, pupils will be spending more time on devices than usual. To help keep your children as safe as possible, the below letter provides clear links to areas on the school’s website and Think U Know activities.

Staying Safe Online

Class Dojo:

To support parents and carers in EYFS and Key Stage 1 setting up Portfolios on Class Dojo watch the following video:

Google Classroom:

Mr Thorn has completed the below video to support parents and carers in learning more about Google Classroom.

Accessing Google Meet:

Mr Goodwin has created a video which explains how to login/access Google Meet and how to join a live session:

Where can I access support?

As a school, we want to be there to help our families when they need us. If you are aware of a member of the community that is in need, please contact Mr Goodwin, Mrs Bush or Mrs Greatorex via the school office.

If you prefer, you can also contact the Community Hub Support for Families in Need. Contact is totally confidential and is available seven days a week, between 8.00am and 8.00pm when staff will be on hand to respond to enquiries. You can find more information and request support online at:

Community Hub

How can I support my child in returning to school?

For further information on COVID-19 and the protective measures the school has in place, as well as links to texts to support your child’s understanding, please visit the news section of the school’s website.